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The Clonmel Herald

Contributed by Mary Heaphy



Clonmel Herald 

1815

Jan 14th 

1815. March 15.  Clonmel Herald. Daniel Trihy of Fishmoyne gives notice
that he has surrendered himself for trial at ensuing assizes, being
charged, on suspicion, with the murder of Timothy Gleeson of Fishmoyne.

Sept 30

Ireland.
From the Clonmel Herald of the 30th Sept 1815
On Wed. last in the middle of the day, a large party of men, armed,
assembled in the neighbourhood of Rehill, and robbed Mr. Meagher, of Rehill
Lodge, and a number of persons in that neighbourhood of their arms.
On Thursday last, in the middle of the day, a party of eight men attacked
the house of Mr. John Beere, at Scart, between Cahir and Clogheen, for the
purpose of taking his arms-Mr. Beere, however, with laudable determination
not to submit to those lawless ruffians, sallied out upon them, and with the
assistance of his three brothers, most bravely encountered the assassins,
when, after a discharge of a mumber of shots on each side, the villians
fled, leaving one of the party wounded behind them, who was brought into
Clogheen, and is in custody there.
State of Tipperary.
The Baronies included in the late Proclamation comprise nearly two thirds of
that fertile and beautiful County, its best towns, its most splendid seats,
the well known "Golden Vale" of 40'000 acres, the romantic secnery along the
river Suir; the nutritious pasturage, the well dressed sheep walks; the
productive corn fields, for which the County of Tipperary has long been
celebrated. The City of Cashel, the assizes town of Clonmel,
Carrick-on-Suir, Thurles, Tipperary, Killenaule, Fethard, Burrisoleigh, all
are comprised within the disturbed district.
The Principal proprietors of the estates are, The Earl of Llandaff, Lady
Caroline Damer, Messrs Smith Barry, and Henry O'Brien, Earls of Derby and
Mountcashel, Colonel Pennefather, Sir William Barker, Messrs. Barton, Massey
Dawson, Perry, Bagwell, Scully, Langley, Maher, Butler, Hunt, Moore,
Fitzgerald, Palliser, Lord Hawarden, and Lord Norbury.